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Aug 22, 2013 2:05am EDT
's an all-in-one product that you can use on every bit of your household: bathrooms, living room, dining room... >> woman: wood floor to tile floor to your baby toys... >> on your stove, you can use it in the bathroom, you can use it in the shower... >> couch, pillows, linens. >> it actually can do all the sequins and all of your delicates that you have. >> announcer: using just the power of super-hot steam, you'll clean wall to wall, floor to ceiling, and almost everything in between without using harsh chemicals. now, here to tell you more is your steam specialist, anthony sullivan. >> hi, i'm anthony sullivan and this is the x5, and it's quickly becoming one of the most popular steam cleaning systems in the world today. why? because it's easy to use, it's lightweight, it's versatile and it gets the job done. now, the x5 is five steamers in one. it's a floor steamer, it's a carpet steamer, it's a handheld steamer, it's a window, glass and mirror steamer, and it's a garment and upholstery steamer. and today we've got some exciting new attachments to share with you to help you clean your
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Aug 23, 2013 2:05am EDT
horrible credit. one night i was watching tv and i saw a commercial for us auto credit. so i called them up hopped on the bus went down there the next day. no money down, in an instant i got the bmw i wanted $199 a month. i'm driving around, freedom, it's awesome, it's excitement. thank you us auto credit. i called us auto credit. for no money down and only $199 a month, i got my gmc envoy. it don't get much better than that. you can drive the car, truck, van or suv of your dreams for the payment of your choosing starting as low as $99 per month. and best of all zero down w/zero credit still applies. the us auto credit offer has only gotten better. some of you who have seen the show or experienced the us auto credit way are probably having trouble understanding how we can do this. well it's easy. us auto has established itself as the number one automotive resource for people with less than perfect credit to obtain a car loan with no hassles, no pressure, and no inconvenience. zero credit means. zero hassles. zero pressure. don't worry about your financing not going through or being complete
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Aug 18, 2013 8:00am EDT
of people. >> we're arthritis advocates and the active agents in supple, they've fast become the most used, best-selling joint rebuilding agents of all time. 13 million people are using these all over the world for safe, significant and complete relief, complete relief from all their joint problems. there's no question that supple works. >> and now you're seeing these kinds of results because there's a direct connection between the root causes of joint pain and the lack of core building blocks that your body needs to function properly. >> but it's not just joint pain. >> ok. >> it's also bone pain and muscle pain, overall weakness and fatigue too. all these things are linked to a common nutritional deficiency that's affecting, possibly, 77 percent of our entire population. >> so is this why you changed the original supple formula? >> it is. by just adding nutritional building blocks identified in a new medical breakthrough, we can help significantly more people end bone pain, muscle pain, overall weakness and fatigue too, for the entire population, all these people that are suffering from
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Aug 25, 2013 5:00am EDT
the way it used to be was an important step for me. >> myself, i'm 45 years old, and you know, i'm not in the best shape in the world, but one thing, i'm continually trying to get better, and my hair is just one less problem i ever have to think about. >> i feel blessed. i'm not worried about other people passing judgment or wondering what might be wrong with me. i don't second-guess going to the store or going to the movies or going thave a drink. i'm confident. i'm comfortable. >> welcome back. let's get right to the root of the problem-- hair loss and what causes it. now, hair loss affects more than 70 million people in north america today-- 40 million men and 30 million women. that's a lot of people. some people try products that claim to regrow hair only to find out a few hundred dollars later that they didn't work. don't waste your money on unproven remedies. if you care about how you look and you want to get your hair back, take time to listen to world-renowned hair loss expert dr. jon gaffney, medical director of hair club, a board-certified plastic surgeon, and member of
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Aug 18, 2013 5:00am EDT
to use a white powder there, it's called diatomaceous earth, d.e. >> diatom-- what? >> diatomaceous earth. you get it in any garden supply, nursery, use food-grade, not pool-grade and it's safe for the children and pets. >> so i can touch this? >> it's harmless. it's got little spicules in there that get into the insect or bug and kill 'em, but it's harmless to humans, kids and pets. >> so it's going to get rid of this icky guy? ooh. >> get rid of him. he's gone. >> o.k. >> this is really great. if you want to get rid of mosquitoes and flies, all you do is take some basil. put some basil in a muslin bag or a cheesecloth bag, hang a couple bags around the house. you will never have a flying insect in your home. it's that easy. now-- >> now, here's the thing, it is so easy. and if you do simply turn the page to the table of contents, all the different bugs, they're all right here. you simply turn the page, find the solution, get rid of the pest. >> by the way, with the basil, if you put a little catnip in there, it'll activate it even more, as long as you don't own a cat. otherwise, it'll d
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Aug 9, 2013 12:00pm EDT
importantly with his family. with his wife of 57 years, dotty. with his four daughters and his son. and using the words from art onovan's childre painted a picture, his children did refer to him as a bull of a man. certainly history reflects the evidence of that as a young man, he attended notre dame university for one month. withdrew after his first month of college to sign up as a marine and fight in world war ii, and fight he did for four years, including in the battle of iwojima. following the conclusion of world war ii, he enrolled in boston college where he had a stellar college career and then was drafted in 1950, and the inaugural season of the baltimore colts. a career that would bring tremendous onfield accomplishments in his 12 years in the nfl, but it was really his off the field presence that made him such an important part of baltimore. he was every man. he was a blue collar icon and he was a man that, as the priest celebrating today's mass, bishop dennis madden pointed out, art donovan was the only person who didn't realize art donovan was a celebrity. he was on the same level
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Aug 21, 2013 12:00pm EDT
worried about, these people across here? no, those guys are still using metascan software. if you're blocking the signals, why was aidan carrying a wi-fi card? well, not for this computer. oh, look. a perfect fit. uh, he wouldn't have been able to use it. unless he had an external antenna. a can-tenna. for 50 cents he beat your security. (boaz) oh, for god's sake. i have to check the server. excuse me. you know, it rained friday night. that can would have rust. he must have set it up saturday before the party. twenty knots. whoever left that... those people might have seen him. i was barely here five minutes on saturday. i forgot my tennis permits in my desk. right. kevin didn't stay very long. (goren) right. but-but you came in early on saturday morning, 8:30? yeah, i was catching up. yeah, robert just got back from vacation. oh. you see anybody on the roof saturday? (kevin) i didn't notice anyone out there. you, robbie? saturday? no, i didn't see anyone. not even him? aidan grant. he works over at ubicool. nope, i've never seen him. are you sure? because his desk is practically
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Aug 19, 2013 4:30am EDT
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Aug 10, 2013 11:00pm EDT
was that he took this brazen attack in the middle of the afternoon inside a crowded mall. >> police tell us the victim was not badly injury, but is obviously pretty shaken up. gray is now facing a number of charges including robbery, theft and assault. now to a situation we've been closely monitoring in baltimore county. businesses and residents fed up with destructive teens near the putty hill skate land. the violence usually happens at closing time on saturday nights. let's get to don champion who is live at the rink right now. >> no problems as of yet. you can see that the rink has let out for the night. i can tell you we have seen increase in the number of security guards out here, and also we've seen a number of officers patrolling the parking lot here. one thing is for sure, now that baltimore county officials have stepped in on the problems that have been happening here, neighbors are breathing a sigh of relief. >> that leads nowhere. >> cell phone video shows the weekly hassle neighbors of skate land have dealt with. droves and drefs of teens pouring out of the popular venue and too
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Aug 18, 2013 9:00am EDT
to that? >> all right, let's spin her back around. >> i'll show you how we're going to use this. and then we're going to let judy do it herself. i'm just going to take this section, i'm going to roll it down. do you notice how i'm touching it? >> can i feel this? >> you can touch it. >> oh, wow, so this is on? >> right. and how about you, judy, how does it feel? >> i feel no heat at all. >> so watch this. >> yeah. >> here we go. when this comes up, see that lift? >> oh, look at that. [audience applauds] >> that's the lift that you get from a blow dryer and a round brush, right? and also, i'm getting some curl like i would get from a curling iron, but i don't have to worry about the crimp. >> so what about that cowlick that she has? >> yeah, she's going to take control. and here's the great thing. when she gets it in that cowlick and gets rid of it, it's going to last all day. >> oh, good. o.k., so we're going to let judy go ahead and finish up her hair because we're confident she can do it, right? >> exactly, and she has no product in her hair. she's just going to use the perfec
NBC
Aug 20, 2013 5:00am EDT
with dr. sebagh to bring the power of his melon based serums to women like us, rumors of the amazing visible results have made it an underground secret in hollywood and around the world. >> you have cindy crawford, supermodel, and dr. sebagh, internationally renowned skin expert. those two together, to me, that's gold. >> now for 2013 and beyond, dr. sebagh has reengineered his melon based formulas and enhanced them with even more remarkable age fighting ingredients. introducing meaningful beauty advanced, the ultimate youth enhancing system from cindy and dr. sebagh. >> literally within seven days i could see results. >> using meaningful beauty has been amazing. it's even got my skin tone, and it reduced circles and puffiness. >> this stuff is amazing. it's just a little miracle in a bottle. >> meaningful beauty advanced is a revolutionary anti-aging system that is so advanced and so perfectly formulated, women surveyed saw visibly healthier, younger looking skin in just weeks. >> meaningful beauty works, and you don't know its working. all of a sudden, you turn around, and you see
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Aug 13, 2013 5:00am EDT
of orlando in march of 2012. he said this is too vague. people can use deadly force to defend themselves. he is not asking florida to abolish that law but to take another look at it. >> the rallies and marches -- when you do it from economic perspective, people take you serious. >> no analysis was done to find out how much business baltimore does with the state of florida. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you think to baltimore city council should consider a resolution to minimize this is dealings with florida as a result of the george zimmerman not guilty verdict? you can share your response on our facebook page, on twitter, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. city council members gave i amiminary approval -- missing a word there, producer -- to use a tax break to members voted to give a tax break to help pay for the upscaled mixed-use development between harbor east and fells point. opponents say taxpayer money could be better spent on neighborhoods and schools. we as the developer can only do so much. we have $3 million for inclusionary housing. we wi
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Aug 25, 2013 8:00am EDT
state to a cooked state very quickly and using the nuwave oven, you come out with a product that is safe for the consumer, great-tasting every time. you'll love it. >> joe: i'm in heaven! [laughs] >> heidi: now, lten, joe, this is every meal of the day. >> all cooked in the nuwave. >> all cooked in the nuwave, plus more. we'll start with breakfast... >> you're doing quiche, eggs and cinnamon rolls all together. >> here's at i'm doing: cinnamon rolls, exactly, right on the top, the quiche and the hard-boiled gs on the bottom. [joe chuckles] o.k.? also we've got waffles we can do, sausage, bacon, bagels... all right, let's come on down here, we'll go to lunch. >> o.k. >> my kids' favorite: fries, burgers... >> burgers. >> pizza's an all-time favorite. >> all right, shalwe move on? >> let's go to dinner, and i have a little interest in this. you know i'm not a cook pese. >> right. >> when you buy the nuwave oven, you get this: this is the nuwave oven cookbook. >> and you just said something very important. >> what's that? >> i think for a lot of people, th always say, "i can't cook." >> loo
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Aug 17, 2013 7:00am EDT
full reins to the gym. any time there is not anything going on, she can use it. >> ajaia came up with clinics to make it more fun and rewarding. >> i made up the roll ups. the t-shirts, the logo. they benefit coming in not really knowing what is going to happen. they learn little things about hitting, it's really fun. have actually worked about special education resourceo spread the word. >> really do. that's what i really hope for. when people are happy, i'm happy. >> even when she is happy, she still has to coordinate her hectic everyday schedule. >> the school for homework and going to movies with friends and that kind of things. ajaia is a good student academically and is accepted into a good competitive high school. it's hard with tournaments and the volleyball schedule, her contract with academics, but she does it. >> it's important to me because it keeps me healthy. it keeps me on track. it's also very fun sport for me. >> volleyball is not only a sport that has transformed her body, it has transformed her personality in a certain way as well. >> when i first started, i wa
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Aug 9, 2013 6:00pm EDT
of robberies and an assault in the past couple of weeks in off- campus areas. they tell us now they are going to do all they can to keep residents around here safe, and employees, by beefing up security and taking other measures. it, the no doubt about hopkins medical campus in ease baltimore is expanding by leaps and bounds. with some of that growth, there are renewed concerns about safety. >> i have heard about incidents happening, but i have not seen or heard anything arsenal he -- anything personally. >> three off-campus incidents have raised concern, including a cell phone theft, and a robbery and assault. >> i see the security and police around quite a bit. i have not had any problems. says despite the warnings, she feels very safe and has noticed security. out, sohave security for the most part, it is safe. >> 11 news also noticed hopkins security vehicles driving toward off-campus neighborhoods. in a statement, and officials said they take all crimes seriously and act quickly to ensure the well-being of the community, patients and staff. is a good idea to beef up security. we have bee
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Aug 18, 2013 11:00pm EDT
have dealings with him? he drove us... nick and me. nick is...? mercedes' fiance. nicholas vance? what's sammy like? i don't know. he's just the driver. the last time either of you saw christy was what time? we left the vances around 10:00. mark vance was tired. he had chemo for prostate cancer. so... it was right after that... maybe 10:30 when my angel went to bed. the last time i saw her. mark leaves before i'm awake. i rarely see sammy. he seemed a nice enough young man. how about you two? he sometimes drives me when dad doesn't need him. he's a pretty friendly guy. friendly with the neighbors? if christy was outside he would've talked to her. you everalk to him? nah. dad won't let him drive me. ethan doesn't need a driver. caught him outside smoking a joint e morning. said something about it and he just told me to shut up. any other problems? a week ago, my father said he had to set sammy straight. "set him straight"? nick? briscoe: excuse me, i hate to intrude but your father had to "set sammy straight" about what? using the limo's car phone for personal calls. who was he calling?
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Aug 22, 2013 4:30am EDT
it in the sachet, hang it in your closet, put it in the drawer-- never see a moth. you don't want to use mothballs. mothballs are poisonous to kids and pets. o.k.-- if you want to get rid of earwigs, all you have to do is take some paper towel and toilet paper holders, fill it with straw, leave it anywhere you have an earwig problem. they'll crawl in there and go to sleep at night, then you come out the next morning with a bucket, soapy bucket of water and drop them in there and that'll kill 'em off. >> page 176. if you hate earwigs-- and i do-- it's right here in the book. >> now with grains and flours, the government will allow certain insect parts and eggs to be in there. >> you're kidding. >> you can't avoid it, so they do allow it. now, in order to get rid of them, take a piece of spearmint gum, put spearmint gum in the container and believe it or not, they won't hatch, they won't come out. >> all you have to do is take a stick of gum and do that? >> that's all you've got to do. cockroaches. all you have to do to get rid of cockroaches is to use some hot sauce and water, spray any area that y
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Aug 10, 2013 1:00pm EDT
about. >> so stay with us. >> you may have seen the movie "school of rock." well, emily got a chance to visit a summer camp that gives teens a taste of what it's really like to be part of a rock band. here's her report. >> this is a home for kids that live and breathe music. >> welcome to school of rock in montclair, new jersey. >> check, check, check. >> as mark explains, this is more than just a summer camp. >> well, the school of rock is a year-round performance-based music program for kids age 7 through 18. >> campers are divided into bands based on instrument, age, and ability. >> first day off the bat, we teach them, you're gonna be with this band for a week. know each others' names, make friends, and communicate it, not just musically, but just with each other as friends. and then at the end of the week when they perform, it's clear that they've become friends and they're a band -- they're a real band. >> each band has a professional musician assigned as their coach and instructor. >> owen, you're gonna be going with phil in the red room today. >> what do you like better -- pl
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Aug 11, 2013 9:00am EDT
. >> a pulmonary report from the -- say the aircraft pilot was not certified to fly, using only onboard instruments. there was no indication the pilot obtained a weather briefing before taking off late last month. that cap rash happened in world pennsylvania. officials with the company that owned the helicopter say they think it was caught in some sort of thunderstorm. the 58-year old bernard kelly and others were all killed in that crash. the pilot's identity is not been released. up, our q and a segment. >> and the first step to financial freedom is paying off your debt. we help you achieve just that. >> we are watching a few showers to our south right now. a few of those could the north through the day. you' >> the time now is 9:11. there is a live look out doors and i see a little blue out there over the city. the clouds are starting to break apart a little bit. you should see a mix of clouds and sun as we get into the afternoon. the day,grey starched it is still rather pray as you head to the south. the pitchers warming up and the mid to upper 70's we are at 78 at the inner harbor, 76 at the a
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Aug 12, 2013 11:00pm EDT
the most severe penalties should be reserved for the most severe offenders. >> it should be used to punnish, deter and rehabilitate but not to warehouse and forget. >> he is changing the justice department charging guidelines so non-violent offenders who have no ties to gangs or drug cartels will no longer face mandatory sentences. they will be charged for sentences better suit towed their individual conduct rather than excessive sentences for violent offenders or drug king pins. >> of the 219,000 inmates in federal prisons, 47% are serving time for drug related crimes. >> perhaps the pendulum has swung toofer in terms of mandatory sentences. >> but critics of the move say it sends a signal to low level drug dealers that the price of doing business has gone down. >> if the price of doing business goes down, that's going to provide me with a september tons do more business because the legal risk i was previously facing are down. >> one local defense attorney believes it's time that sentencing guidelines be changed saying it penal lieses the little guy while the king pins go free. >> the big
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Aug 11, 2013 10:00am EDT
us, we're not going to violate your constitutional rights, we're only going to dig just so far. it's unrealistic because, as you say, when lives are at stake, when security is at stake, which politician, which national leader is going to say, yeah, we have the capability of getting that information but let's not do it? >> right. that to me, chairman mccaul, raises another question, the issue of speed. the reason why the fisa court was set up, and bart, you can jump in on this as well, is if you identify a threat, you've got data to run that against to determine if there's a plot against the united states. you need a warrant and you need it fast. government's got to act fast to apprehend those people who might be responsible. introducing privacy advocates and others who might dissent in this process, is that realistic? do you think congress will vote to make that happen? >> i'm in a unique position to talk about this. i actually applied for fisa warrant as a counterterrorism prosecutor, and i think the idea of having a public defender -- you know, really, it is a search warrant to t
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Aug 9, 2013 5:00pm EDT
female jogger says she was attacked by a man who tried to knit redneck -- use a red cap to strangle her. >> tonight, people are understandably on edge at johns hopkins. this is because of a recent spate of incidents targeting medical staff. officials are now stepping up security. >> officials with johns hopkins medical center acknowledge that there have been a number of robberies and an assault in the last couple of weeks in off- campus areas. they tell us now they are going to do all they can to keep residents around here safe, and employees, by beefing up security and taking other measures. there is no doubt about it, the hopkins medical campus in east baltimore is expanding by leaps and bounds. of that growth, there are now renewed concerns about safety. >> i had heard about incidents, but i have not seen or heard anything personally. weeks,he past couple of three off-campus incidents have raised concern, including a cell phone theft, a robbery, and an assault. were warneds through e-mail. >> i have never had any problem and i see security around quite a bit. i have never had any pro
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Aug 8, 2013 5:00pm EDT
for a new year and things will look to friends at school. tim tooten joins us live from perry hall to explain. tim? since as been 340 days student walked into perry hall high school and shot a classmate. new security measures are in place here and across the district. students and errands can expect to see new security measures in place at perry hall high school. from the time they are allowed inside the building and the main office, all county schools have been equipped with a system that will allow staff to match a person's drivers license with a national database. >> it will print a rather large id they can place on their shirts. as you go through the building, it will have the name, the location where they are going, the time they came in. >> the school system has spent $4 million equipping elementary schools with equipment. in some cases, police will be able to monitor cameras. besides the new measures, the school resource officers will continue to use wants where they where they suspect there are problems. those were issued last year after the shooting. they will not change m
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Aug 20, 2013 6:00am EDT
week. >> the first night that i actually used the nutribullet, i actually slept really well. that was exciting. that was phenomenal. >> the bad cholesterol, which was 290, went down to 190. >> the changes that i saw in myself and my family were just amazing. >> announcer: join these people and thousands just like them and discover a machine that finally has the power to take years off the way you look and feel. learn from nutrition expert and best-selling author david wolfe, who speaks to sold-out audiences around the world, why he calls this the most significant discovery of his lifetime. introducing the nutribullet-- the superfood nutrition extractor. the nutribullet is not a blender; it's not a juicer. it's a breakthrough in nutritional science that can change your life. the nutribullet's high-powered motor with bullet-exclusive cyclonic action breaks down and pulverizes food on a cellular level, opening up their hidden nutritional value that can reverse the effects of aging and supercharge your metabolism to fight off aches and pains, colds and flus and even improve vita
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Aug 21, 2013 3:00am EDT
effective and a series of treatments can cost over $3,500. they're just not practical for daily use. with dermawand, we've put the same radio frequency technology into a smaller unit with a lower amplitude that's perfect for everyday home use. it's a fraction of the cost and it will tone, tighten, lift and give you the gift of younger-looking skin. in fact, dermawand will take years off your appearance and the best part is, it only takes three minutes a treatment. >> what i do involves a lot with the skin, and it's amazing the difference that i can actually see in patients that have had the dermawand or had this type of treatment versus those that have not. >> now, i'm often asked, "is it too late for my skin?" no, it's never too late. in fact, the worse your skin is, the better you're going to love the results. here's barbara, age 65-- acute, saggy, damaged skin and an unfortunate chin and neck area. now, look at the after. see how the skin appears tightened and under and around the side of the neck and see the new look under her chin? these are the type of results that radio wave
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Aug 8, 2013 6:00am EDT
with the very latest. can you tell us more about the meeting that the president has later today? >> that is right. the president will meet with the prime minister of greece.it is unclear if they are going to discuss the current thread. although, counterterrorism is o of many issues on their agenda. saluting troops at camp pendleton, president obama responded to the ongoing security threats, telling marines the u.s. is taking it seriously. >> the united states is never going to retreat from the world. we do not get terrorized. we're going to keep standing up for our interests. >> more drone strikes were reported in yemen this morning, where u.s. embassy staff were evacuated earlier this week. yemeni officials revealed they thwarted an alleged threat by al qaeda. u.s. officials seemed skeptical of the claim. >> we work closely with the yemeni government. i'm not going to get into any specifics from here. >> they will continue to keep 19 embassies and consulates closed throughout the rest of the week. but some wonder if the administration is overreacting. >> we close embassies beca
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Aug 7, 2013 6:00pm EDT
this does cut down on the ability of thieves to wipe clean the memory for someone else to use. policing manufacturers could do more to include anti-the technology. kill switches their call. as it stands, they know how to unlock the memory so it can be used by someone else. >> a lot of them are from marble to attack and being wiped clean. there is a process by which the people can wipe them clean and it becomes their phone. >> how often does someone say and what my own? >> every day. we do not a lot phones here. >> samsung and apple told us today they are adding heightened anti-theft features to the latest generation of smart phones. a coalition of police, prosecutors and advocates want them to do a hardware fix that they cannot work around. reporting live from the news room, wbal-tv 11 news. >> police and baltimore county continue their search for a man who attacked a doctor in broad daylight. it happened that year the state park. investigators confirmed she was attacked and was able to escape by biting her kidnapper. the man tried to strangle her and pull her into a wooded area. it is
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Aug 20, 2013 9:00am EDT
never been happier. >> forgive us if we're not excited, the question going round the office is -- >> doesn't it affect her instagram. >> like when she posts stuff like this and this and this. >> as a married woman it will be harder to be -- >> sexy, slutty. >> a fondling look back. a fond look back. ♪ ♪ >> sad day, sad day. not for you, dusty. well done. now golf back to the golf course and work on your putts. >> we all will. >> i got ben mclemore. making money now, do you have to shop at thrift stores? >> absolutely. >> i go, i bring up a question, it's kind of weird. how long do you brush your teeth for? is there an average? >> i have white teeth. >> very good teeth. >> two minutes. >> i wish i had the patience to do that. >> how long are you supposed to brush your teeth for? >> i could do better. maybe 45 to a minute and a half. >> i tell him, i used to date a girl, when she was done brushing her teeth, she would gag on it. that's how you knew she was, like, done. he goes i do the same thing. [laughter] >> she had a clean mouth. that's all i care about. [laughter] >>
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Aug 25, 2013 9:00am EDT
? >> exactly, and she has no product in her hair. she's just going to use the perfecter only. >> all right, perfect. and now we're moving over to our lovely phyllis. ...phyllis has coarse, thick hair. it's so short, it's difficult to style. ...so can a lot of you relate to having coarse hair, short hair, afraid to use a styling tool because your hair is short, so you don't want to get that hot, hot heat next to your scalp? so maria, how can the perfecter work for her? >> i have it right on her head, i don't have to worry. her hair is short and the reason why you can't use styling tools is because it would burn you. with short hair, if you're looking for a diffent look... do you notice how i'm just rolling it through, starting to get the lift and it's like she would be blow-drying her hair. she's going to roll that through just like i did, just like this, and we're just going to get some lift into her hair. >> wow, look at that. >> see that lift? >> instant results-- what do you think? >> look at that. [audience applauds] >> announcer: the perfecter will truly change the way you style your
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Aug 9, 2013 6:00am EDT
we played for the colts?" i used to call him "bugs" because he had big eyes.he said, "because they still remember had a way of telling stories. gerry sandusky will be leading our coverage which we will carry live right here on channel 11. that will start at 11:00. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. police are investigating a shooting last night in east baltimore. it happened just before 9:30. somebody shot a man in the arm. detectives searched the surrounding area but have not made an arrest. investigators a warning the public about a couple of burglars who knocked on people's doors and try to rob the place. we are mad and upset, sick. >> they had planted out well. they had to know that we were old here. >> the latest case involves a couple in aberdeen on wednesday afternoon. knockedle says the men on their door asking to look at their property. housen snuck inside the and robbed the couple. authorities are asking for the public's help. this is the third case in the last six weeks. >> we do have detectives assigned to the case. from thenformation public. maybe they saw some
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Aug 9, 2013 6:30pm EDT
. using little water, crews utilize backhoes and chainsaws to clear an eight-foot-wide fire break around the blaze. >> we've got to get the ground troops on the ground to september fire from the fuel. >> the ground war is critical, but shifting winds today forced some teams to pull back. a firestorm could suddenly blow in their direction this is what happens when the fire is whipped by winds. at least 26 homes destroyed. dave matthews lived here for ten years. in less than ten minutes, h house was gone. >> the house across from me right next door to me, that was fully engulfed, there was nothing they could do when they got here. >> still threatening, 539 homes, the relentless blaze burning in banning has moved at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour. >> it signinged my hair is got hot. >> miles away from idyllewild where the wildfire skorjed 11,000 acres last month. with 100,000 acres charred across california this year, double the number for this time last year. crews are battling an historic and deadly fire season out west. back in banning, it's too late for this neighborhood leveled by f
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Aug 12, 2013 12:00pm EDT
in pennsylvania last month was not certified to fly using only onboard instruments. investigators also say that it did not seem that the pilot obtained a weather briefing before taking off. that crash, as you recall, it killed five people, including howard county native bernard kelly and his daughter leanna as well as david jenney junior of towson. the company that owns the helicopter believes it was caught in a thunderstorm at the time of the crash. a west baltimore family is reaching out to police and the community asking for help in tracking down the person they say sexually assaulted their 17- year-old daughter as she waited for a bus. >> she was taken to the back of an abandoned house and she was raped, she was sexually assaulted. we are looking for justice. the man has not been caught yet. we would love to get some information from the community. --dsl happened one week ago dsl happen one week ago near the synagogue gas station. -- dsl happened one week ago near the sunoco gas station. police say they're looking into the case. man ispolis, 26 her old in custody after police say he as
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Aug 8, 2013 5:00am EDT
are now out of control. kim dacey joins us live to explain. : abusinesses and residents dangerous situation. they say skate land becomes a different place at closing time. the complaints increased in early july about destruction of property. the increased controls with 25 police cars this past saturday's. the teenagers through breaks through the lease car windows. two juveniles were arrested. businesses had no comments about the closing time activities. area business owners say it needs to stop. >> as soon as they come out of there, they play around and horseplay and jump on cars. of spittingbe where in the sinks. police plan to continue those increased patrols in the area. some of the business say they will close their doors when the rink closes. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a substance found outside the office of elijah cummings wednesday is not hazardous or explosive. the congressman said he arrived at his office to find a putty like substance connected to wires outside the front doors of his baltimore office. the congressman said incidents like this are a sad reality. normal
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Aug 18, 2013 10:00am EDT
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Aug 25, 2013 6:00pm EDT
all have one specialization, right? justice. "divisions won't divide us." that's our new mission statement, isn't it, chief? that's it exactly, detective. that's right. oh, hey, you know what? in case i get held up, you mind if i grab your cards? sure. [ sighs ] thanks. thanks. [ car door closes ] [ engine turns over ] kiss-ass. yeah. big-time. now, that guy is an example of the kind of police force i'm trying to build here, you know? he didn't drive by the crime scene and say, "it's not my job." he was proactive. aaaaaaaah! for a second, i thought that was coming from me. aaaaah! yes, yes, he's dead! aah! whoa, whoa, whoa! chief, chief! oh! oh! was he a friend of yours? [ whimpers ] aaaaaaaaah! [ breathing heavily, sobbing ] all right. let's try this again. when you last saw the victim -- aaaaaah! [ gasps ] oh, no! buzz. spent an hour in the parking garage with this woman today. i cannot take any more of this. sergeant, why didn't your squad ever show ? uh, sorry, chief. no one from roll-out let us know. huh. it was phoned in. and, uh, you don't have to call me "chief" today. i'
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Aug 8, 2013 3:00am EDT
on the show. going over the quarterly reports, reading the transcripts. much of the research that used to be available paying millions of commission can now be found on the web, it's your money. invest the time in it. i think that's a buy and hold act like you're investing for the long-term means you have a license not to pay attention. worry. wrong. you always have to pay attention. you'll never be able to recover from those losses. sometimes, secular decline and their stocks never really recover. in that case, you can't wait for a turn around. you just have to get out before the damage becomes too horrific. just ask the people who wrote out research in motion or nokia or radio shack. in other words, being a long-term investor doesn't give you a license to be a lazy investor. that just doesn't work. investing for the long-term does not mean owning stocks forever. if there's one good thing the crash did it's disamuse the fact that you can buy and hold stocks returning. go ahead. and magically, they will make you money. back to 50 in no time. as long as you don't pay too much attention
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Aug 17, 2013 5:00am EDT
one. you remind me of my ex girlfriend. i used to date this big strong girl. used to wear the tight shirts, the shirts that you gotta button up through the middle. got velcro on it. no, i'm just joking man. i don't want no trouble. i'm here to have a good time. we're here for a purpose. plus you're a big dude. i don't want you comin up here. you run up here if you want to i got a baloney sandwich in my pocket. i'll set it yeah you gotta make a decision. is that baloney? forget him. everybody that has some credit problems, keep your hands up. i want to get the camera. is there anyone here that don't have problems with credit? we want you to leave. you can just get on out of here. this don't make no sense. well, what kind of problems are we having? i mean, you guys can open up to me. we're here tonight to have a little fun with it. you having some problems, big man? well man, look here man, i told you my credit was broke down and my car broke down with my credit and my credit scores jack. i got liens and loans and i got child support too. that's enough. you done told me enough. listen
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Aug 11, 2013 6:30pm EDT
, colorado. >> overseas a. deadly day for americans in afghanistan. the military says three u.s. service mep were killed in eastern afghanistan bringing the total number of foreign troops killed this year to more than 100, 78 american. it was ten years ago today that nato took command in afghanistan. >>> 18 didn't posted closed re-opened in the middle east and africa. but the city in cairo remains on edge as the standoff between the military and supporter rchz the ousted president continues with signs that a new confrontation may come soon. a report tonight from richard angle. >> reporter: barricaded and walled in. this is the groupsal mow in a nondescript middle class bit of urban sprawl near a mosque close to eept's main airport. mow haud morsi is still considered president here. he's only seen these days on posters. he's been locked away, location undisclosed since the military overthrew him weeks ago. this man has brought his 2-year-old daughter to the camp. >> [ inaudible ]. i want the -- [ inaudible ]. >> reporter: the army has called on the protesters to go home for their own safety.
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Aug 20, 2013 12:00pm EDT
, yes. the "name your price" tool. you tell us the price you want to pay, and we give you a range of options to choose from. careful, though -- that kind of power can go to your head. that explains a lot. yo, buddy! i got this. gimme one, gimme one, gimme one! the power of the "name your price" tool. only from progressive. her. she looks to be in her 20s. were they playing back here? no, the mom said they were walking by on their way to school. aw! they carved her up like a turkey. stomach's gone. intestines are gone. i think the reproductive organs are intact, so i guess it's not a lust killing. well, maybe a window. hi, i'm detective barek. can i talk to your kids? what's your names? i'm ellesandra and he's benny. thank you for helping me this morning. where do you live? the white one. on the third floor. is one of those windows your bedroom? why do you ask her that? because they didn't see the body behind the dumpster on their way to school. i mean, you can't see the body from here. but maybe they saw it last night from the window. [speaking spanish] a man put something behind
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Aug 10, 2013 3:00am EDT
more at lower prices than you ever thought you'd get. using limit orders not market orders. second, if you know what you own, you can handle a stock that plummets -- take facebook. it's a pretty good company. maybe you can buy it on the way down, get a better average. third, if you know that you own what you own, then who really cares about guys like the raj or any of these other guys that are nabbed by the u.s. attorney? what does it mean? if you know what you own, you are in control of your own destiny. but how do you know if you know what you own? in other words, a lot of people think they know what they own. it's not a syllogism, it's a real issue. here's my answer, it's a practical way to look at it. first, say you stop me coming out of the "squawk on the street" post 9:00 one day down on wall street and this happens five or six times every single day. let's say you shout at me and say, hey, cramer, what do you think of that xyz corp.? you know what i do? i say, hey, listen, what do you think? tell me what it does. tell me why you bought it. do you know that the vast majority
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Aug 23, 2013 12:00pm EDT
arm. you got a timeline on his drug use? he's a new recruit. cause of death was respiratory arrest from an overdose. his tan is even between his fingers. spray on. and he got his eyebrows waxed. i doubt he picked up metrosexual grooming tips in grand rapids. there was a party. they didn't see it. who--who didn't see it? russ. where's russ? mrs. corbett, you said "they"? sammie, bernard, they didn't see it. she's lucky to be alive. the amount of heroin in her system should have been enough to kill her. (goren) to kill her? they might have used heroin to chemically restrain them over the long weekend. while their nice townhouse sat empty. this is one of our most distinguished properties. it was designed by stanford white-- oh, my god. ohno! (eames) somebody had a busy weekend. this--this place was a masterpiece. look, they even took the light fixtures. (goren) i see. yeah, i've never seen a burglary quite like this one. i--i think they actually stole the toilet. something was up here. the venus ceiling. venus on a half shell. yeah, it was a one-of-a-kind pressed tin ceiling. i'm gonn
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Aug 10, 2013 9:00am EDT
targeted. sta us members were warned thro-bh anfac-m% wl attio reminded to be vigilant when walking in addition to other sce day aasures hgakins o usicp ott there will be increased security presence on the premises from 7 in the morning untily ar1:is p. it could go to the jury as early as monday. baa stensefacareaereva tes kaimea womave.er's mental stabi. an examination showed it was consyvtent with battered wire synwas ome. she hired a husband to kil-- a man tojoggill her ngtsband. pi> 2is ,0is d perlars wor diesel fuel went missing from a business. the thiroaesjoggnewfacxale aly thema were es being. the heist happened last sunday at wharton cael. the thiroaes m loe o us withal gallons of fuel. the business owner says they roaen bro-blas their oevar hartd ekd fps. >>> (indiscernible) 2,000 gallons there. a compary a in howard counoun. miller w% war-ng up injoggelle county. they were hit. this is not an i rolated thint m pi> it was ceek,ght on surve video. that has been turned over to p perice. itne says the business is bea s up the security system. >> police say suspects are stea
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Aug 12, 2013 6:00am EDT
us more about the president's surveillance plan. >> a couplof changes include better oversight over how the information phone and other data. he wants some kind of special advocate to deal with privacy concerns when these issues come up in court. he is calling for outside panel of experts to review the surveillance program. a lot of congressional aides had been hinting that members of congress may not have the appetite to take all this up, especially because they have other pressing matters to deal with when they come back. most importantly, the budget. we will see if this is a priority a push to the back runner. >> the president wants and changes tohe power grid. >> a new report from the obama administration essentially saying an increase in severe storms as well as an aging electrical grid and making power outages more expensive. $18ges can cost between billion and 33 billion dollars a year. some that number can run as high as $75 billion, as we saw last fall with superstorm sandy. they are calling on additional spending to improve the power system to make the system more stronger
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Aug 11, 2013 8:00am EDT
exactly what happened. erica? >> joe fryer for us this morning, thanks. >>> this is obviously a huge relief for law enforcement who have been looking across the west for hannah hoping they would be able to bring her home alive, and now that's reality. andrea dierden is with the sheriff's office. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> what can you tell us, first of all, about how the manis hunt ended and just how the rescue itself went down? >> it was a very challenging rescue that began on saturday afternoon and what happened is that they were spotted, the pair that was believed to be hannah and dimaggio were spotted from the air by those law enforcement teams. they saw them on the grod but could not get close enough safely to the pair, so they had to land about two and a half-hour hike away. they sent two teams in by air, landed those teams on the ground as safely as possible and then those teams, those tactical teams did move closer to the camp. took about two and a half hours to the camp and surround the area so that they could have good advivisuals what was going. as soon as th
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Aug 8, 2013 2:05am EDT
to us on facebook and let us know if there's anything you've ever done that you just, oh, my god. >> have you? >> of course. >> i can't remember -- >> you know what's more fun than anything? >> what? >> one ton of fat. >> 15 tons. >> 15 ton ball of congealed -- love that word, congealed fat has been removed from a london sewer. >> this is weird. this is what it looks like. just so you know, you know when you pour grease or something down the sink because you're too lazy to put it in a can in the garbage? >> yes. >> in london, all of this congealed together, everyone's dumping of grease, and it turned into a big blob the size of a double decker bus. they've dubbed it the fatburg. it's blobby and oozy and it reminded us, thank you, howie, it reminded us of the blob. remember? >> that's the first horror movie i ever saw. >> 1958, look. ♪ >> every one of you watching this screen, look out, because soon, very soon, the most horrifying monster menace ever conceived will be oozing into this theater. >> i want to see it. >> "the blob." >> where is it? >> come under the door, it would c
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Aug 9, 2013 2:05am EDT
? >> yes. my mother used to always, god love her, before the school pictures were taken, always she'd give me a haircut and she'd -- she would -- >> bangs -- >> they'd be here. and they would not be straight. or else they'd be super straight. it was like one or the other. every picture of me as a little kid -- >> you looked -- >> yeah. >> did you hate it? >> i told her not to drink before she cuts my hair. she knows i'm teasing her. >> all right. well, there's another trend that seems to be happening. beyonce sported them first. they're grills. you know, the grills -- >> this i do not understand. someone explain this to me. >> it's metal stuff in your mouth. >> yeah. >> beyonce posted bangs, bang grills. >> vampire grills. >> and they had diamonds on them. so they were very stylish. yesterday rihanna said i can do one better than that. so she posted two ak-47s -- well, maybe just one. the top grill you can see. and she has a tattoo of the same thing on the side of her body. >> i just don't find that attractive at all. >> not at all. >> whatsoever. >> no, it's not. it's rank. nobody likes t
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Aug 8, 2013 11:00pm EDT
detail was that the tact asked the attacker used a red knit cap to strangle her. a guard rail and into the woods. quest through the woods by her feet. she was still fighting. >> police say they have leads. they do not have a motive. his intentions were is something else. we have been trying to come up with this guy because we are concerned. >> crime prevention tips, the victim in this case did the right thing fighting back. >> if you are just in danger of losing property, give up the property. if someone wants to take you to a different location, you fight tooth and nail. do not go. >> that is because police say you do not want to give your attacker any kind of privacy to harm you. we are live. >> thank you. scarlet -- testified in her own defense today. day three of the murder trial. she is accused of ordering a deadly hit on her husband in 2010. on the stand today, carla told the jury she suffered a lifetime of his goal and mental abuse at her husband. he controlled every aspect of her life, insulted and hit and kicked her. when asked why she never did anything about it, she
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